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Dean's Office

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to Mullen High School.
The policies, procedures and guidelines at Mullen are designed to educate, promote, and contribute to the Five Core Lasallian Principles of our community. As a current, incoming or prospective family, we encourage you to explore and become familiar with our Student Handbook, attendance policy, dress standard, code of conduct and other policies. We encourage you to contact us should you have any questions.

Dress Code Frequently Asked Questions

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Why does Mullen have a Dress & Appearance Code?

    In keeping with the Lasallian Core Principle of Inclusive Community, we maintain a uniform dress and appearance code. Abiding by the Mullen uniform dress code offers each individual student a means to demonstrate their full participation in our school community. Compliant apparel may be purchased through Land’s End, Educational Outfitters, and the Mullen Outfitters store run by the Mullen Parents Association.

    Failure to abide by the Mullen Dress and Appearance Code will result in consequences outlined in the Student Conduct section of the 2021-2022 Handbook. 

  • What is worn on most school days?

    The Mullen uniform is worn by students on typical school days and is as follows:

    PermittedNot Permitted
    Shirts & Blouses (Ladies & Gentlemen)

    • white, navy, grey, pale yellow or pale blue Mullen-branded polo shirt
    • white or pale blue Mullen-branded Oxford-style dress shirt
    • white, navy, grey, pale yellow or pale blue undershirts
    • Mullen team or club collared shirts.

    • sleeveless shirts
    • distressed shirts
    • tank tops
    • hoodies under Mullen polos
    • non-Mullen branded shirts or outerwear
    Pants, Skirts, Shorts, and Skorts (Ladies)
    • navy or khaki-colored pants or shorts.
    • navy or khaki-colored skirts. Skirts and shorts should either be at least 20” long or no shorter than 3” above the knee (dependent on the height of the individual). Skirts may not be “rolled up” to appear shorter.
    • Blend chino skort (Land's End)
    • Solid pleated skort (Land's End)
    • 2 Button Tab skort (Ed Outfitters)
    • white, navy or black leggings may be worn under a skirt
    • Knit skort (Land's End)
    • jogger pants
    • leggings (unless under a skirt)
    • jeggings
    • yoga pants
    • cargo pants
    • cut-off shorts

    Pants & Shorts (Gentlemen)
    • navy or khaki-colored pants or shorts with belt loops. Shorts should either be 20” long or no shorter than 3” above the knee (dependent on the height of the individual).
    • cargo pants
    • pants without belt loops
    • white, navy, grey, pale yellow, pale blue, or black Mullen-branded jackets, hoodies, or sweaters.
    • Mullen team or club jackets, hoodies, or sweaters.
    • non-Mullen branded outerwear, regardless of color
    • all footwear must be closed-toed or have a heel strap.

    • flip flops
    • house shoes/slippers

  • What is acceptable attire for Physical Education?

    PermittedNot Permitted

    • short-sleeved or long-sleeved shirts. 
    • activewear shorts (either 20” long or no shorter than 3” above the knee).
    • activewear sweatpants
    • appropriate athletic shoes
    • inappropriate logos or advertisements (i.e. alcohol brands)
    • athletic shorts that are obscured entirely by oversized t-shirts.
  • What is acceptable attire for spirit days?

    PermittedNot Permitted

    • Mullen-branded t-shirts, collared shirts, hoodies, long-sleeved shirts, sweaters, or appropriately themed shirts
    • senior spirit overalls (with a short or long-sleeved shirt worn underneath)
    • blue, grey, white, or black jeans or khaki pants
    • jeans with rips, tears, or holes
    • sweatpants
  • What is acceptable attire for special events?

    PermittedNot Permitted
    • short or long-sleeved dresses with a high neckline.
    • dress skirt length should be either at least 20” long or no shorter than 3” above the knee.
    • short or long-sleeved collared tops with skirts either 20” long or no shorter than 3” above the knee.
    • dress pants
    • dress shoes with closed toes or heel straps

    • v-neck dresses
    • sleeveless “cold-shoulder,”  or strapless dresses
    • denim
    • no sandals, slippers, or athletic shoes
    • collared dress shirts
    • dress pants
    • dress shoes with socks
    • neckties

    • no sandals, slippers, or athletic shoes
  • What about piercings, tattoos, and hair?

    All students
    • body piercings and tattoos must be covered for the duration of the school day.
    • hair must be of a typical human color.
    • no hats (unless approved by the Dean’s Office)
    • hair at or longer than shoulder length must be worn up during the school day. Long hair must be well-kept and appear professional.
    • facial hair is not permitted

Attendance Frequently Asked Questions

List of 8 frequently asked questions.

  • Who do I notify when I'll be absent?

    Your parent(s) or guardian(s) should notify the Secretary of Attendance (303.761.1266) of your absence by 9:00 a.m. on the day in which it occurs. Failure to do so will result in a call from the Secretary of Attendance. A potential result of a student being out of class without a call from their parent/guardian would be the absence being marked as “unexcused” in each of the student’s courses for the day.
  • What if I'm running late?

    If you won't make it to school by the time the bell rings, please check in with the Secretary of Attendance for a tardy slip. Your parent or guardian will need to call and let us know why you're running late. If we don't hear from them, it'll count as an "unexcused tardy" and you'll have to serve detention.
  • What do I do if I need to leave early?

    Your parent(s) or guardian(s) will need to call the Secretary of Attendance (303.761.1266) to give advance notice that you'll need to leave early.
  • What if I'll be absent for a while?

    We really encourage parents/guardians to avoid scheduling family trips or vacations that would result in you, the student, missing school. However, if you need to be absent for 4 or more days, please come collect an "Extended Absence" form from the Dean's Office.
  • What is an "excessive" number of absences?

    Missing more than 8 classes of a specific course counts as "excessive." It does not matter if these absences are excused or unexcused. Here is an overview of how excessive absences are handled:
    • A student missing 8-10 sessions of any one class will be flagged by the Deans for review.
    • A student missing 10-13 sessions of any one class will be asked to have a meeting with the Dean and their parents to formulate an action plan.
    •  A student missing more than 13 sessions of any one class risks forfeiting course credit, receiving failing grades, or referral to the Welfare Committee
  • What is Truancy?

    "Truancy" is the term we use for students who:
    • come to school but do not report to class
    • leave school without notifying the Secretary of Attendance
    • leave class without permission
    • do not report to a location they asked for permission to report to.
    Truancy will result in immediate notification of the student’s parent or guardian, and the student will be referred to the Dean of Student for further action.
  • Can I attend class virtually (through Zoom)?

    We will only be allowing virtual attendance if the school has called a distance learning day for inclement weather.
  • I'm (finally) a Senior! Can I go off-campus?

    Yes, as long as you and your parent or guardian have completed the electronic permission form. Please remember, though, that this is a privilege and not a right -- it can be taken away!

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